Anne-Marie Armstrong is an architect, educator and co-founder of AAmp Studio – a practice based in Toronto and Los Angeles. AAmp is an interdisciplinary design and architecture studio positioned at the intersection of architecture and media. Recent work ranges in scale – from branding & graphic identity, to residential, commercial and cultural spaces.
Prior to founding AAmp, Anne-Marie gained extensive professional experience on a range of notable projects at Gehry Partners, Marmol Radziner and Bestor Architecture in Los Angeles. Her research has been published in Thresholds Journal and Wallpaper Magazine. She is the assistant editor of Perspecta 42: The Real.
Anne-Marie earned a Master of Architecture from Yale University and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Waterloo. She attended Yale on a Fulbright Scholarship – and was awarded the H.I. Feldman Prize. She is a licensed architect in California and Ontario.